Unless otherwise noted, solely players that are owned in fewer than fifty percent of Yahoo leagues accounted for.
Ronald Jones, RB, Buccaneers. Jones got his initial beginning of the year in Week nine and ran a team-high eighteen times for sixty seven yards and a score. He also added fifteen yards on two receptions. Above all, Peyton Barber solely received four carries and did not play a lot outside of 1 drive. It seems that Jones has finally seized the “lead back” — one thing we’ve thought before. If Jones will keep obtaining 15-plus touches, he is worth going forward, beginning next week against the Cardinals.
Zach Pascal, WR, Colts. Pascal managed to lead a balanced Colts passing attack with six targets on Sunday, catching 5 for seventy six yards and a touchdown. As long as T.Y. Hilton (calf) is out (which ought to be a minimum of a few additional weeks), Pascal is that the No.one WR for Indy. Once Hilton was out at Week four, Pascal caught four-of-seven targets for seventy two yards. He is the snaps leader (outside Hilton) among the Colts’ WR corps, and he provides a suitable combination of red-zone threat and middle-of-the-field target. Chester Rogers (five targets) as well as Parris Campbell (five targets) each might be value-adding in deeper leagues.
DeVante Parker, WR, Dolphins. You may not pay attention; however, Parker is finally getting the breakout season that fantasy owners are anticipating. He had a four-catch, 57-yard, one-TD performance in Week nine, marking the fourth time within the last 5 games during which he has scored. Sure, garbage time helps. However, that will be a recurring thing for the Dolphins and Parker. He works to average more than six targets per game, and that is enough for him to pay off as a WR3 most weeks.